junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: You are overriding the setUp() method without calling super.setUp().  You must call the superclass setUp() method in your TestCase subclass to ensure proper initialization.

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via strutstestcase by nobody
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You are overriding the setUp() method without calling super.setUp().  You must call the superclass setUp() method in your TestCase subclass to ensure proper initialization.
via strutstestcase by nobody
, 1 year ago
You are overriding the setUp() method without calling super.setUp().  You must call the superclass setUp() and tearDown() methods in your TestCase subclass to ensure proper initialization.
via Coderanch by Clinton Morrison, 11 months ago
You are overriding the setUp() method without calling super.setUp(). You must call the superclass setUp() and tearDown() methods in your TestCase subclass to ensure proper initialization.
junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: You are overriding the setUp() method without calling super.setUp().  You must call the superclass setUp() method in your TestCase subclass to ensure proper initialization.
at servletunit.struts.CactusStrutsTestCase.init(CactusStrutsTestCase.java:73)
at servletunit.struts.CactusStrutsTestCase.setRequestPathInfo(CactusStrutsTestCase.java:195)
at com.ibx.cactus.test.HelloActionTest.testAction(HelloActionTest.java:37)

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